Download After the Banquet by Yukio Mishima PDF

By Yukio Mishima

For years Kazu has run her stylish eating place with a mixture of attraction and shrewdness. but if the middle-aged entrepreneur falls in love with one in all her consumers, an aristocratic retired baby-kisser, she renounces her company in an effort to develop into his spouse. however it isn't really really easy to give up her self sustaining spirit, and finally Kazu needs to make a choice from her marriage and the calls for of her irrepressible power. After the dinner party is an impressive portrait of political and family warfare.

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Download Kassel no invita a la lógica by Enrique Vila-Matas PDF

By Enrique Vila-Matas

Una extraña llamada interrumpe l. a. rutina de un escritor. los angeles enigmática voz femenina al otro lado de los angeles línea le cube que los McGuffi n quieren invitarlo a cenar para desvelarle los angeles solución al misterio del universo. Pronto descubrirá que se trata de una convocatoria para participar en los angeles Documenta de Kassel, los angeles mítica feria de arte contemporáneo, donde su cometido será convertirse en instalación artística viviente y sentarse a escribir cada mañana en un restaurante chino de las afueras.En Kassel, el escritor comprueba sorprendido que su estado de ánimo no decae al atardecer y que, en cambio, el optimismo lo invade mientras pasea impulsado por una energía inagotable que past due en el corazón de los angeles feria. Es los angeles respuesta espontánea e imaginativa del arte que se levanta contra el pesimismo.Con humor, hondura y lucidez, Enrique Vila-Matas cuenta los angeles historia de una gran expedición: l. a. del paseante solitario que, rodeado de rarezas y maravillas, se atreve a traducir un idioma que no conoce, participa en bailes invisibles, pernocta en su specific tierra prometida y, fi nalmente, encuentra un hogar en el camino. Desde su terraza de Kassel, este paseante nos invita a ver el mundo desde otro ángulo y desvela los angeles esencia misma de l. a. literatura: los angeles razón, los angeles verdadera razón, para escribir.

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Download Bone Game (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies by Louis Owens PDF

By Louis Owens

Bone video game is a homicide secret on a grand scale. Cole McCurtain, a mixed-blood Indian professor of Indian reviews at Santa Cruz, California, is haunted via desires relationship again to occasions of Spanish California. photographs of a Spanish priest murdered in 1812, a rearing grizzly endure, and a black-and-white painted Indian who bargains bones in his prolonged arms come at a time whilst dismembered items of a tender lady are washing ashore in 1993. The desires turn into more and more pressing because the murders develop into extra widespread, and Cole’s friends and family assemble to help-including Choctaw family members who commute west from Mississippi simply because "this story’s so mammoth, Cole sees just a bit of it."  

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Download The Making of London: London in Contemporary Literature by Sebastian Groes PDF

By Sebastian Groes

London has develop into the focal point of a ferocious ingenious strength because the upward thrust of Thatcher. The Making of London analyses the physique of outstanding paintings by means of writers who've unconditionally dedicated their writing to the various lives of a urban present process advanced variations. The booklet lines a huge shift within the illustration of the capital urban, from the postmodern obsession with textuality, the shoring up of London's myths opposed to a declining social cloth, and an exuberant multicultural utopia, to an nervous post-9/11 city that has fallen aside. Is London undone? Authors lined contain Maureen Duffy, Michael Moorcock, J. G. Ballard, Angela Carter, Iain Sinclair, Peter Ackroyd, Salman Rushdie, Martin Amis, Ian McEwan, Hanif Kureishi, Will Self, Zadie Smith and Monica Ali.

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Download Romantic Medicine and John Keats by Hermione de Almeida PDF

By Hermione de Almeida

Utilizing unique learn in medical treatises, philosophical manuscripts, and political records, this pioneering research describes the ignored period of innovative drugs in Europe throughout the writings of the English poet and doctor, John Keats. De Almeida explores the 4 fundamental issues of Romantic medicine--the physician's job, the that means of existence, the prescription of sickness and overall healthiness, and the evolution of topic and mind--and finds their expression in Keats's poetry and concept. by way of delineating a different yet unknown period within the historical past of drugs, charting the poet's milieu inside of this age, and delivering shut examining of his poems in those contexts, Romantic medication and John Keats illustrates the interdisciplinary bonds among the 2 therapeutic arts of the Romantic interval: drugs and poetry.
Reviews:
"Highly unique, colourful, obsessively industrious....It profoundly alters our belief of Keats's inventive inspiration....De Almeida makes one reconsider approximately Romanticism and that's no suggest feat. She has acknowledged anything new approximately Keats, she has taken hazards of interpretation, she has minutely reconstructed no longer purely a systematic tradition yet a systematic emotion, a state of mind now we have virtually lost."--New York evaluation of Books
"A wealthy, exact study....A e-book which qualifies as that all-too-rare phenomenon: a surely unique contribution to Keats and Romantic studies....Provides a wealth of data and suggestive remark that students and critics may be studying from and drawing on for years to come."--Journal of English and Germanic Philology
"An extraordinary and enlightening piece of work."--Studies in English Literature
"The argument and the bold study that helps it generate a multiplicity of latest insights into the poetry....The booklet is a outstanding achievement....She has the following made a tremendous contribution to our realizing of Keats and the Romantic period."--The Romantic Movement
"A major contribution not just to Keats experiences yet to the highbrow heritage of the Romantic Period."--Keats-Shelley magazine

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